Why some plants have red leaves? How do they trap sunlight with this?
Asked by | 1st Mar, 2008, 02:51: PM
RED LEAVES HAVE PIGMENTS CALLED CAROTENOIDS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR RED COLOUR .
THESE PIGMENTS ARE ALSO PHOTORECEPTORS AND THEREFORE ALSO HELP IN PHOTOSYNTHESIS
Answered by | 30th Nov, 2017, 03:25: PM
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